Flare students in Mablethorpe have recently been recognised for their achievements during an end of year celebration.
Students have been busy studying over the course of one year at Mablethorpe Learning Centre in Seacroft Road.
The Flare project is a programme for 16-18-year-olds who have under-achieved at school and are looking to refresh their skills for personal development, family, higher education or work.
These youngsters study maths and English at varying levels as well as the tutors at MLC teaching many other life skills alongside, which also includes work based learning to prepare them for the world of employment.
A key component to their learning is to build confidence and show that, in fact, they can achieve something to be proud of.
During their celebration presentation, the 24 students weren’t just given certificates, but also a portfolio that shows them how far they have come over the last year as well as something nice for them to keep so they can reflect on their year’s studying and training.
Mayor of Mablethorpe, Sutton on Sea and Trusthorpe, Tony Howard was invited along to celebrate the students success.
Foundation Learning Course tutor at Mablethorpe Learning Centre, Elizabeth Coldicott is this week leaving after six years and wants to congratulate the students on all their hard work and efforts.
She said: “I am very proud to have worked with all of the students at Mablethorpe Learning Centre over the last six years.
“I am really proud of all of them and what they have achieved.”
Recruitment is now taking place for September.
For more information, please call Mablethorpe Learning Centre on 01507 473325 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.